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Whales listed in the Red Book may suffer off the coast of Sakhalin - EastRussia | Far East

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Whales listed in the Red Book may suffer from the shores of Sakhalin

Ecologists are concerned about the work of Exxon Neftegas Limited in Piltun Bay

Whales listed in the Red Book may suffer from the shores of Sakhalin
Sakhalin environmentalists have found that Exxon Neftegas Limited activities in Piltun Bay on the eastern coast of Sakhalin are experiencing a number of violations.

The results of independent monitoring of WWF Russia, the International Fund for Animal Welfare and the Environmental Watch of Sakhalin were sent to Rosprirodnadzor and directly to Exxon.

This territory is the feeding place of the whale population that is listed in the Red Book.

According to environmentalists, the oil company in the process of transporting cargoes repeatedly violated the plan for the protection of marine mammals.